Founder and CEO
Amy Domini is Founder and CEO of Domini Social Investments. She is widely recognized as the leading voice for socially responsible investing. In 2005, Time magazine named her to the Time 100 list of the world’s most influential people.In 2006, she was awarded an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree from Northeastern University College of Law. Yale University’s Berkeley Divinity School presented Ms. Domini with an honorary doctorate in 2007. In 2008, Ms. Domini was named to Directorship magazine’s Directorship 100, the magazine’s listing of the most influential people on corporate governance and in the boardroom.
Ms. Domini is a past board member of the Church Pension Fund of the Episcopal Church in America; the National Association of Community Development Loan Funds, an organization whose members work to create funds for grassroots economic development loans; and the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, the major sponsor of shareholder actions. She is a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society. She has been a frequent guest commentator on CNBC’s Talking Stocks and various other radio and television shows.
Ms. Domini holds a B.A. in international and comparative studies from Boston University, and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Ms. Domini is the author of Socially Responsible Investing: Making a Difference and Making Money (Dearborn Trade, 2001) and The Challenges of Wealth (Dow Jones Irwin, 1988), and a coauthor of Investing for Good (Harper Collins, 1993),The Social Investment Almanac (Henry Holt, 1992), and Ethical Investing (Addison-Wesley, 1984).
- Looking Forward - Relevance Achieved (GreenMoney Journal, Fall 2012)
- Want to Make a Difference? Invest Responsibly (Huffington Post, March 14, 2011)
- Financial Reform: A Start, But Only a Start (OECD Yearbook, January 2011)
- Saving Capitalism from Futile Diversification (OECD Observer No. 279, May 2010)
- Financial Markets: For Whose Benefit? (OECD Observer No. 273, June 2009)
- Looking Ahead: The Next Fifteen Years (GreenMoney Journal, May/June 2007)
- The Future of Socially Responsible Investing (GreenMoney Journal, June/July 2002)
- Open Proxy Balloting: Forcing Institutions to Report Their Votes Would Strengthen Corporate Democracy with Philip Angelides, California State Treasurer (Barron’s, May 13, 2002)
- Socially Responsible Investment: How To Make It Possible (from The New Social Policy Agenda in Asia, Proceedings of the Manila Social Forum, a joint publication of the Asian Development Bank and The World Bank, August 2000)